I'm trying to configure a segregated network using a VLAN. There are 5 switches on the site (all SG200). A router with 2 interfaces - one for the normal network and for the segregated network - is connected and located at switch 1. The network which needs to be segregated and the PCs on it are connected to a port on switch 5. Switch 1 is connected to switch 2, 2 to 3, 3 to 4 and 4 to 5.
I have created a VLAN but can't get the network to talk to the first switch over the link. I have created a VLAN ID 10 on each switch. Do the switches have to be linked together logically in some way to get this to work.
Try to create the VLAN 5 in all switches.I have assumed that Management VLAN for all switches are VLAN 1.Kindly configure Trunk between switch 1 to S2 ,S2 to S3,S3 to S4,S4 to S5, S5 to S1.Allow the VLAN's 1U,10T.
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